A Book’s Second Act

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From TreeHugger:

Even if electronic readers do usurp the reign of the paper-based book, low-tech tomes can still live on as art. We’ve seen them carved into breathtaking landscapes, recycled as lighting, and even reincarnated as fairytale haute couture, but for Swiss artist Valérie Buess, books are tentacled sea organisms that she brings to life by hand.

(c) Valérie Buess

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